For Experimental Jazz Group Onyx Collective, the Only Rule Is ‘No Rules’

The collection of downtown performers has been attracting listeners that don’t frequent traditional jazz sets, and bringing together like-minded artists.

Lorraine Gordon, Keeper of the Village Vanguard Flame, Dies at 95

A lifelong jazz fan, Ms. Gordon took over New York’s most venerated jazz nightclub when her husband died in 1989 and had run it ever since.

Lost John Coltrane Recording From 1963 Will Be Released at Last

“Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album” was cut by the saxophonist’s classic quartet two years before “A Love Supreme.” Then it was stashed away.

Character Study: The Exacting Art of Saxophone Repair

In Perry Ritter’s tiny saxophone repair shop in Midtown Manhattan, prominent jazz musicians mix with a menagerie of sculptures Mr. Ritter makes from sax parts.

Critic’s Notebook: Jazz Giants Dave Burrell and Archie Shepp Retrace Their Five-Decade History

The pianist Mr. Burrell is the lifetime-achievement honoree at the Vision Festival, where the two rejoined forces for a fiery set.